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Economist, Expert in NGO Management and Expert in E-Learning.
Alberto is an Economist from the Complutense University of Madrid and has postgraduate qualifications in NGO Management and Programme Design from the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua. He has worked in humanitarian interventions with the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation, the Red Cross, Movimondo, Oxfam and Caritas.
He has focused his career on working with Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and in the field of humanitarian protection. His experience includes programme coordination, mission administration, proposal-writing, design of training materials, security and monitoring.
PhD in Development and International Cooperation, Master in African Studies (School of Oriental and African Studies of University of London) and postgraduate in Applied Economy and Social Politics. José is currently working as Cash and Markets Thematic Manager for NORCAP / part of Norwegian Refugee Council and has previously worked for almost 4 years as Senior Technical Advisor at CALP Network / Cash Learning Partnership. Overall, José has more than 15 years of experience in International Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid combining academic and professional activity with different organisations (including Spanish Red Cross, Action Agaisnt Hunger, Spanish Agency of International Development) and roles (technical advisor, project manager, etc.), and in many different contexts (Latin America, Middle East and Sub-saharan Africa).
Ines holds a degree in Political Science and Sociology, postgraduate qualifications in Social Research, Humanitarian Aid and Development and a Master Degree in Business and Administration (MBA)
She is a humanitarian aid professional with over 17 years of experience in assessment, program design, implementation and evaluation that has worked in relief, recovery and long-term development programs covering post-conflict, slow-onset and sudden disasters. She has particular expertise in the livelihoods sector, Cash Transfer Programming/markets analysis and a robust experience in capacity building and as a facilitator.
As an independent consultant, she currently works mostly on the design and delivery of training and conducting needs assessments and evaluations. She has developed and delivered several trainings for UNHCR, the Red Cross and the Red Crescent Movement, and AECID.